Despair Religious Aspects Christianity Early Works To 1800 : Physicke, to cure the most dangerous disease of desperation. : Collected for the direction and comfort of such Christians as trauayling and being heauie loaden in their consciences, with the burthen of their sinnes, stand in danger either in time of their sicknesse to fall a way from thier God, through deepe despaire, or else in time of their health, to yeelde to one desperate end, or other, to the ruine and vtter confusion of both bodyes and soules for euer. / By W.W..; Willymat, William,
Despard Edward Marcus 1751 1803 : A Christian effort to exalt the goodness of the Divine Majesty, even in a memento, on Edward Marcus Despard, Esq. : and six other citizens, undoubtedly now with God in glory : an heroic poem, in six parts : N.B. part IV would not be an improper epitaph for deceased prize-cattle feeders, and part V another epitaph for farm engrossers (royalty respectfully excepted therein).; Mortimer, C. F.
Dessalles Pierre 1785 1857 : Sugar and slavery, family and race : the letters and diary of Pierre Dessalles, planter in Martinique, 1808-1856 / edited and translated by Elborg Forster and Robert Forster.; Dessalles, Pierre,
Detection Of The Proceedings And Practices Of The Directors Of The Royal Af : An antidote to expel the poison contained in an anonymous pamphlet [electronic resource] : lately published, entitled, A detection of the proceedings and practices of the directors of the Royal African Company of England, &c. : being intended not only as a full answer to this pamphlet, but to all others of the like nature, that many come out hereafter.